Sky's The Limit, The (1943) - One For My Baby
Bummed out pilot Fred Astaire introduces the Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer original that became a Frank Sinatra standard, with lots of real broken glass, which caused some fuss at the time due to wartime shortages, and medics were standing by off camera, in The Skys The Limit, 1943.
Sky's The Limit, The - (Original Trailer)
A pilot on leave (Fred Astaire) falls for a pretty news photographer in the musical The Sky's The Limit (1943).
Sky's The Limit, The (1943) - Slippery Times
Shedding the cowboy hat he picked up in Utah when he ditched the Flying Tigers publicity tour, having hitched back to New York, Fred Astaire as Fred Atwell meets barkeep Vic Potel and publisher Robert Benchley, in pursuit of Joan Leslie as photographer Joan Manion, in The Skys The Limit, 1943.
Sky's The Limit, The (1943) - My Shining Hour
Fred Astaire is a FlyingTigers hero pilot whos gone AWOL from a P-R tour, not mentioning that to New York photographer/singer Joan (Leslie) upon whom hes openly putting the moves, song by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer, which she introduced earlier, in The Skys The Limit, 1943.
Sky's The Limit, The (1943) - A Lot In Common With You
18-year old Joan Leslie keeps up well with 44-year old Fred Astaire in their first dance number, the tune by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer name checking both their recent on-screen musical partners, her character heretofore unaware of his performing skills, in The Skys The Limit, 1943.
Robert Osborne Intro -- The Sky's The Limit (1943)
Robert Osborne introduces The Skys The Limit, 1943.